Philly's coolest boutique hotel invites guests to stay, eat, and shop the local design scene, right down to the decor inside each and every room.
Chicago-based architecture and urban design firm Studio Gang, takes inspiration from Colorado’s native aspen trees to design the nation's first carbon positive hotel, Populus.
Once an elementary school, The Hotel Seiryu Kyoto Kiyomizu earns top marks as a luxurious, exemplary example of adaptive architectural reuse.
The House of Welcome embraces Portland's past, but also represents the city's modern present in all of its New Northwest details.
Solitude and silence have never seemed as luxurious as presented at Iceland's newest sustainably developed destination.
Situated at the edge of Norway's Lysefjorden, what awaits is the majestic confluence of architecture with nature at its most grandiose.
"An oasis enclosed by the sky" fashioned from concrete gives this intimate open air hotel Brutalist-by-the-beach vibes.
Naviva, A Four Seasons Resort is a luxury resort in Punta Mita consisting of 15 high-end tents spread over 48 acres of private peninsula.
In the Costa Rican jungle, a pair of jaw-dropping, minimalist villas with rammed earth walls awaits you on your next vacation.
Situated on the rocky cliffs of Crete is ACRO Suites, a luxe Greek resort overlooking the Aegean Sea with a contemporary yet natural design.
The Vipp Pencil Case is a one-room hotel in an old pencil factory in Copenhagen designed as a cozy retreat for the design-focused traveler.
PAN Cabins set eight meters off the ground on slender steel structures give you expansive views of the forest in Norway.
The Quirk Hotel Charlottesville showcases local art talents in a way that permeates beyond its on-site gallery and throughout the hotel.
This new hotel captures the spirit and lure of Southern living with architecture by Smallwood and interior design by Studio 11 Design.
Old world Art Deco detailing lives harmoniously with contemporary Japanese minimalism within the Nobu Hotel Warsaw in Poland.